Cinema: The New Pictures May 4, 1925

Chickie. So fast do the new cinema actresses come that even the professional observer must struggle to keep them straight. Dorothy Mackaill is the latest to scatter her charms convincingly across the greater part of a picture. She is not exactly new—but she is just becoming recognized. Beyond the beauty parlor attributes, she possesses humor and imagination. Whether she has the irresistible something that makes the great popular heroines is difficult to say. Yet any picture in which she plays can't be entirely bad. Chickie is a fair example. She is a...

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